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Find the Words in This Butterfly Poem
by Tonja Taylor
1/18/2020 / Education
A Poem About the Butterfly ("Mariposa") and the Mimosa
(This is for kids in 2-4 grade)
Count the rhythm of the words and enjoy the rhyme. Then find the words on the list below and talk about what they mean. (The definitions of the words are on the next page.)
Also, the words in bold are from languages other than English.
WORDS TO FIND and learn: Mariposa, flight, zephyr, house, light, friend, birthday, delight, helping, shine, bright, meant, always, Elohim, created, love, treasure, above, realize, gift, everyone, objet d’art, everywhere
Mariposa made a flight
Upon a gentle zephyr;
She came unto a house of light
And there her new friend met her.
She brought the birthday girl delight
And by helping her to see
That each of us do shine so bright
As we’re meant to be.
So know always that Elohim
Created you in love;
And that you are His treasure and
He sees you from above.
Also realize you're a gift
To everyone you know--
And that you are an objet d’art*
Everywhere you go!
By Tonja K. Taylor © 2013
*Work of art; masterpiece
Tonja K. Taylor is the author of many works, including THE ADVENTURES OF PRINCESS PEARL, P.O.W.E.R.* Girl! series. She and her husband Clayton minister the Word through teaching, preaching, and the arts, through River Rain Creative Arts (You Tube, God Tube), their church, and beyond.
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